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again. >> and the. we're going to talk about and meet the guy who put dennis rodman and kim jong-un. that would be a unique idea about marketing. >> and now a picture of the vatican. we expect smoke. yes smoke. what is that bird doing there? that bird should not be there. we expect smoke any minute now. black or white. white would signal that a new pope has been elected in the conclave. this marks the third vote of the day. fourth overall. we are monitoring it closely and when there is a puff, we're going to bring it to you and that bird is going to fly away. first to sue. >> if that was a dove, you could say that that was divine intervention. i think it is a sea gull. we have a stunner to start us out. it's coming from the housing world. that infamous low down payment mortgage? it's back. diana is back in washington. we saw this the first time around and it didn't end nicely. >> reporter: no, it didn't but the banks and the government are behind it. refinance business falls so they are looking back to that home purchase mortgage market yet again. sources telling me that they are
in taxes in 30 years. how cue expect to grow the economy that way? fl and what was dennis rodman doing in north korea last week? you won't believe what he has to say about the country's brutal dictator. >>> we are all familiar with too big to fail. now more than four years after the financial crisis prominent senators are wondering whether the big banks and executives are too big to jail. >> the phrase refers to the corn by some on capitol hill that the department of justice is holding off on blinging prosecution against major financial institutions because of fears of the economic impact that the charges might have. the concerns were raised by comment that is a the department of justice's lanny brewer made on "the untouchables." >> if i bring institution a to some huge economic effect if it creates a ripple effect so counter parties and other financial institutions or other companies that had nothing do with this are affected badly it is a factor we need to know and understand. >> senators brown and grassley of ohio and iowa say that's not at all the way the department of justice shou
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point. denn dennis gartman will call in later. we'll ask him about food prices, too. >>> and show me the money. how is the music industry dealing with falling album sales and traditional revenue streams. and at 11:30 cet, i think i know this guy, we'll talk to david russell to get his view on unemployment in the u.s. and how much of an impact he thinks the sequester will have. all that and more. if you want to put questions to these guests throughout the show, if you want to respond to anything you've heard so far, send in your thoughts. e-mail, who wouldwide@cnbc.com, tweet us, @cnbcwex and what not. now it's 12:30 out of the u.s. forecasts calling for an increase of 160,000 in nonfarm payrolls. it's just about what we saw in january. construction manufacturing expected to see gains. the number could be skewed because of the snowstorm that buried the east coast could have kept some workers at home. the unemployment rate expected to tick down to 7.8%. patrick buried is joining me on set now. we could maybe reverse the uptick we saw in unemployment last month. what do you expect to se
teams across asia. he's now topped out. >> take your word for it on this one. >> do you know who dennis rodman is? >> i do know who dennis rodman is. former nba basketball star, he's been speaking out about his friendship with king jong un. he was asked about pun yang's right to destroy america. the u.s. state department has criticized north korea for wining and dining rodman while its people go hungry. meanwhile, rodman had his own message. >> i think he's going to change something. it is a different view. i sat with him for two days and the one thing he asked me to give obama something to say and do one thing. he wants obama to do one thing. call him. >> call him. on that, we want to know, are athletes helping or hurting the cause? are they better diplomates than politicians or do they just interfere? >> i don't know. get in touch with us. e-mail us, worldwide@cnbc.com, tweet, @cnbcwex. still to come -- >> property markets are sent stocks tumbling. what's on the agenda this week? >> more when we come back. >>> hsbc stocks are down after recording a profit of $20 billion. it has lifted
it spiked. a pullback would be great, but i'd still buy some here anyway. dennis in florida. dennis? hey, dennis. >> caller: hi, jim. thank you for taking my call. i'm a first-time caller and i watch your show each and every day. >> thank you. >> caller: i have a stock called federal -- >> we said that one was a dangerous one. we felt that johnson controls would be better or even, you know -- i don't know, delphi, no, we're not going to like that stock. scott in pennsylvania? scott? >> caller: hey, jim, i'm a young investor from pennsylvania. >> that's where i'm from. >> caller: yeah, yeah. and -- >> springfield high. spartans. >> caller: yeah, absolutely. >> tonight we dine on the other teams. what's up? >> caller: i was just wondering, should i sell the stock valero energy? >> no, valero's fine, west texas versus brent, you are in terrific shape. not yet, fellow spartan. let's go to doug in wisconsin, doug? >> caller: yeah, jim. i have a question on magnum hunter resources. i understand that they missed their 10k filing. >> yeah. >> and i was wondering what your opinion was on magnum h
conference. we'll explain. also ahead we'll take you to south by southwest to ceo dennis crowley. that's straight ahead. [ female announcer ] what if the next big thing, isn't a thing at all? it's lots of things. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> google unveiling the prototype of a smart shoe at south by southwest. the latest gadget can log your running time, give you advice and even encouragement for runners and that brings us to the question, what is the next article of clothing google will hack tweet us. it the air the responses throughout the morning. >> everyone needs encouragement while you're exercising. >> all of this wearable stuff that you download to the computer, a, i think it raises prior see issues. >> completely. >> data collection which is valuable for these companies. google, that's what they do, right? >> there's a
brande: i'm so mad. oh, man. la toya: dennis. dennis: hope you don't hate me. no, no, no. i love you. i thought we were gonna win this. that was so easy. [ voice breaking ] i thought he was buying it. i know. i'm sorry. you guys make sure you -- you get her off, okay? we're gonna try our best. ugh. okay. tell your mother i said hi. i will. all right. thank you. all right. all right. arsenio: you did what you had to do. trump: i had -- i had no choice. i had no choice. i had a great choice if she brought back omarosa. but i had no choice when she didn't. i couldn't believe it. [ heroic music plays ] captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com closed caption funding provided by mark burnett productions, inc. la toya: omarosa is the most evil person i have ever met. she's a no-good, conniving, scheming cutthroat -- probably pulled the cord on michael duncan clarke, and i thought mr. trump was falling for that fake cry. "michael. michael." such a lie. when i met her, i knew she was a snake. i should have handled her a little bit differently. they will always bite you. > i'm jim cramer. wel
ready, skedaddy? time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." i want to start with denny in missouri. denny, show me. >> caller: boo-yah, jim. i enjoy your show very much and i'm a long-time viewer. i have two stocks in question. and i don't know which one is more worrisome. i guess we'll go with -- s-a-n. >> been there. here's the problem. after what the europeans did to the cypriots, these banks have become a free fire zone. got to let this settle out. spain needs to ask for a bailout. they can't win for losing over there. i want to go to andy in new york. andy. >> caller: hey, jim, how are you doing there? >> how about you, partner? >> caller: i'm doing okay. i was calling to get your views on ungn, just the uptick in the natural gas industry. >> i've got to tell you, i don't like the ung. in the book, "getting back to even," i talk about exactly why i don't like that instrument. if you do like natural gas, i can send you to a bunch of natural gas companies that i think are much better. you can do -- you can can do anadarko, conoco if you want some yield. paul in flori
. let's go to dennis in virginia. dennis? >> caller: big blue ridge boo-yah to ya, jim. >> sweet. >> caller: i'd like to get your take on amd -- >> no, we've got intel that's basing here. i'd rather be in that than amd and they're competitors and i don't like that. let's go to chris in arizona. chris? >> caller: hey, jim, big tucson boo-yah. >> hey, not far from where i'm from, my friend david faber. excellent, what's going on? >> caller: i want to ask you about chevron now they're trading at all-time highs, do you think that company has a chance of maybe doing a split? >> i don't know if they'll split. i do know they're doing a terrific job and chevron is good to go. do not sell that stock. let's go to gabriel in texas. gabriel? >> caller: boo-yah, jim cramer from dallas, texas. hey, i want to ask you about goldman sachs, 11 points down from the 52-week high. >> i think we answered the question about what to do with goldman sachs when warren buffett decided to become a gigantic shareholder. you want to invest alongside warren buffett. it's going to be a good idea. let's go to br
to a wristwatch. something that we already know that apple is also attempting to pioneer. dennis is the marketplace editor and columnist with the wall street journal. nice to she you on the program. >> good to see you, foo. >> what would this digital watch from whoever looks like? what would it do? >> it's hard to say exactly. some of the reports basically suggest it's an adjunct to your smart phone. it works as a mini interface to everything your smart phone does. the real potential for these types of devices is really to serve as a sensor. not so much what it's telling you, but what information it's collecting. at a fitness monitor, a nutrition monitor. all the things that are now separate devices can become a linked device and turn you from a man to a machine. >> that's actually the reality of the situation right now, dennis, in case you didn't know. getting back to the information -- >> thank you. >> any time. >> going back to this the information that this watch may, in fact, collect as a consumer, i would be concerned about privacy and what happens to this information, whic
tax reform this year. it's a big undertaking. i understand dennis bachman. making our economy more competitive. it will help spur economic brought in america. and increased wages for middle class americans. >> that is a republican message you would like to vote. it says whags the republican message. where do we go after that? is there a growth message? >> are you serious and want that car out. our icon mi. two-continuing therms. do we need to fix our tax code to promote more economic growth? we can't cut our way to pros stewart or tax our way to the end. they all know, they have to balance their budget every week. they expect washington to live. >> you said they need to be able to live their lives. let me ask you, how long is your tenure going to be as speaker? what do you think about? i've been on a mission do address people and i expect a lead to speak with the house. >> i'll be here for a whim. >> speak to you about john boehner. >> many thanks again to house speaker john boehner for giving me his time. joe manchin, spike lee. have not opposed cost of living adjustments and any
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at a 3 1/2 year low against the dollar. we were talking to dennis gartman earlier who pointed out in gold terms -- in yen terms, actually, gold is at a nominal high. well put on twitter practically everything is at a nominal high because of the weakness we've seen. the positive move is carrying over into the u.s. session and into the futures. the ftse 100 is rallying up almost 10% this year. we're up 0.3% building on that rally. the cac 40 in paris is up 0.9%. the strongest performers, frankly, have been utley and spain up is%. italy and spanish debt continues to rally. fascinating because of what we've seen in italy where there's still no sense of a government forming, where there's still questions about a new election being called in a kump months' time, maintaining that spread that we saw over there. we're going on 2 1/2 year lows for the yield on spanish debts. despite the macro concerns there, not much of a response. i mentioned the dollar/yen, 3 1/2 lows for the yen against the u.s. dollar. 95.6 in trade this morning. elsewhere, the euro is firmer, back above the 1.231 level. staple
. >> but you know joel klein. he was great at that. dennis will cott does it now. you couldn't find a better person. it's just the system is broken down. i think you said it. you need school choice. there are too many people in the school system, too many layers in this board of education. you still hear that when you put a dollar into that system 94 cents doesn't get to the classroom. and a lot of great teachers and a lot of smart kids come out of that school but there's too many that fall through the cracks. it's the size of the system. it's just too big. >> and i don't see, blake, with all respect, president obama is always talking about putting more money into education. i don't know what the federal government is doing in education. but more money toejs is n educa not the answer. better education is the answer. more parenting is the answer. school choice is the answer. it's not a money problem. new york city spends a fortune. all these municipalities spend a fortune. >> i agree that it comes down to methodologies a lot of the time. one of my questions would be, if we still have chancell
leader wants to destroy washington while watching basketball with dennis rodman. somehow if it was michael joor dan, i would be less concerned. however, despite all these big picture woes, what do we know, we know from costco, home depot, harth, walmart. and from macy's! the things are just dandy with the consumer. and as horrible as jcpenney is doing, courtesy of an implosion led by wall of shamer, ceo, ron johnson, can't be providing a boost for every retailer, could it be? the consumer is fine. so i'm bullish, what else. housing is strong, getting stronger. consensus says we'll build 1 million homes, i think it will be way off, 20% more than that. 1.2 million. autos still strong, staying strong. industrial production hanging in. job creation. and that is pretty much the u.s. economy. so i'm not concerned about the economy. so -- why am i concerned about the market? well, look. i think the market can take a breather. that's all i'm saying. a better entry point which, again, is all i'm saying. let me tell you though, why i think that you could get a better place to buy.
, it is not goldmember, it's dennis gartman. why he's protecting a big rotation from stocks into gold later on on the "closing bell." back in a moment. how do traders using technical analysis streamline their process? at fidelity, we do it by merging two tools into one. combining your customized charts with leading-edge analysis tools from recognia so you can quickly spot key trends and possible entry and exit points. we like this idea so much that we've applied for a patent. i'm colin beck of fidelity investments. our integrated technical analysis is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> welcome >>> welcome back, everybody. let's take a look at this market. we are worsening as we approach the close. the dow industrials now down 76 points. the worst-performing dow stock right now is cisco, down about 4%. of course, that on the heels of oracle, which is the worst-performing s&p 500 stock. that's down 10% on oracle. there's cisco, down 4%. that's going to drag down the dow, drag down the s&p. and that's exactl
was the future of apple. >> dennis rodman probably holds the key to the next level of samsung. the guy was declaring -- >> world peace. >> who knew? >> not metta world peace. >> he should change his name, right? also. >> remember laurel b. -- >> remember him? >> lord freeh. >> how about the 66 points he scored last night. >> 63. >> 63. i'm sorry. i forgot. >> very excited because the sixers won a game. >> after taking a hit after a food safety scare, yum brands experience a rebound in china. coming up, is it finally over? live from dubai saying we're on the cusp of a new golden age of luxury travel and we'll find out how the company plans to capitalize on that. some mid-week action here and eight straight gains of the dow on the street. much more "squawk on the street" when we return. investor. yeah, i'm a serious investor but i'm a busy guy. it used to be easier but now there are more choices than ever. i want to know exactly what i am investing in. i want to know exactly how much i'm paying. i want to use the same stuff the big guys use. find out why nine out of ten large professiona
to michael jackson. >> did you see that? >> yes. i did. >> dennis rodman. >> deadin rodman and king jong iii. i think that might mistake him mad enough. >> do we know what michael jackson song? >> no. i have no idea. ♪ >> thriller? >> we don't know. we don't know if dennis was in drag. we don't know whether they were slow dancing. all this is going to get us in trouble. we've just been blacked out in china. anyway, china's exchange rate controls sigh better spying and president obama leaves tonight for israel. no major policy breakthroughs are expected. this is the president's first visit to the west bank since moving into the white house. i think he was there maybe before becoming president. >>> why don't we take a look at the markets this morning. down day, up day, down day, futures are barely budging. dow futures up by less than 2 points. s&p futures up by less than one point. yesterday, it was the biggest losses. financials led the decline all day long, but in the afternoon selling picked up in energy stocks, materials, consumer discretionaries. if you're watching oil prices this morni
former nba bad boy dennis rodman showing having a blast with kim jong un afterwards. rodman tells kim he has a friend for life. now, he may have friends in high places, but so some yao ming. the former superstar has been elected to the chinese people political conference that kicks off this sunday. it's a policy advisory group to the national people's congress. yao says he's accepted the role with great responsibility and he's working on submitting a proposal. he'll need a friend in high places because he's very tall. >> exactly. >> that's what i assumed it was a play on. >>> u.s. president barack obama is set to meet congressional leaders at the white house in a last minute establishment to reach a deal on the so-called sequester. what exactly does the sequester mean and why is it happening? steve liesman explains. >> today, a series of across the board federal spending cuts are set to take effect that almost no one in washington wants. but they appear powerless to avoid. known as the sequester, the cuts would reduce government spending by $58 billion this year and by 1.2 trillion over
be or whether dennis rodman has weighed in on them. >>> the "new york times" says the senate permanent committee on investigations could ask a former cfo and other senior executive toes testify at a hearing later this month. the panel report is due out on the ides of march, march 15th. he's not the focus of separate probes into the trading loss. >> is there a sort of music, is there ides of march music? >> if not, we can create some. >>> citigroup cio michael corbatt makes his first presentation today since taking the job. analyst expect him to focus on near term financial goals and cutting costs and not a new long-term strategy. he may also address concerns about how he plan toes wind down the city holdings unit which has been a drag on earnings. citi stop stock up 2%. banks having a pretty good day. >> and let's take a look at what's on the agenda in asia. a new central bank meeting. dozens of them this week, it seems. >>> in australia, rising resource exporter could make a difference when fourth quarter gdp is released. key earnings to watch out for out of hopping congress, the mainland's lar
bird also did that with dennis johnson. >>> coke is the best performing dow component today as it is upped to outperform from underperform. >> this stock has been lagging in 2013. has not participated in the bull market. if you're thinking the dow will go higher, eventually you would think you'd have a catch-up performance by some of the laggards, including a coca-cola. >> that's part and parcel of what i'm talking about. you want this market -- if this market were being led every day by the same stocks, we'd feel very i think 2007-2008. it wouldn't surprise me tomorrow if someone find some way to recommend intel and microsoft because they're lag. is coke a rigorous upgrade? i don't think so. a lot of it is bloomberg failed, multiple expansion. but each day someone combs to the fore and surprises you. like the movie "hoosiers," remember the movie, basketball, where the guy 00 comes up and he -- everyone played a role. there's many people playing roles. >> i'm tearing up right now as we speak. >> blackberry shares trading higher today. we actually haven't mentioned this yet.
? yeah. north korea. >> dennis rodman's favorite country. >> his buddy. the animal torturer. plus a u.s. federal watchdog says fannie mae and freddie mac will repay their government bailout sooner than expected. the many reason revamped terms of the taxpayer funded rescue that went into effect this year and since the gses were seized by the government if 2008 they have drown $188 billion in taxpayer funds to stay afloat. they paid 58 billion to treasury in dividends and the company returned to profitability and earnings are swept into the treasury as a dividend payment for a government's stake in the firms. >> good news if you were going to have a yard sale on ebay. they will overall fees for sellers. the company is going to lower costs for many sellers as it steps up competition with amazon. fees will be determined by contract categories. in the past the percentage fee was based on the items priced. if you are going to sell some old golf clubs, joe, you may get a lower fee. yahoo! reportedly in talks for daily motion. this is ceo marissa mayer's biggest deal since taking over as ceo.
, these are highs being built on lack of volume out there. we talked to edgar denny yesterday on "fast money" and he pointed out that companies actually have gone into the stock market, bought back a lot of stock and they actually put them in. would contribute to the volume numbers. we're not getting a good reading by just taking a look at the board here and seeing how many shares changed hands. >> granted, the number outstanding does change, and that factors in. i would tell you one other simple thing. i sit here and worry about macro economics, what is fiscal policy, what's going on. and then greenhouse put out a marvelous piece last week who said, if you cut through everything, in the bottom of march of '09, since then the earnings and the s&p have gone up 128%. guess what, the s&p has gone up 128%. cutting through all the smoke, it's going to be earnings, and we'll see if we can live with it. marginally disappointed so far in the response. mr. and mrs. america sitting around that dining room table haven't quite said, gee, marge, i guess we better get back in. >> it may be generational. we wonder
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